Where is scrollbar component

  • Sqnik
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Hi,

I have a problem with finding scrollbar component in Macromedia Flash MX Pro 2004. Can you tell me where can i find it? I know that this is quite strange question, but I was doing exactly what is said on
http://www.kirupa.com/developer/mx/textscroller.htm
,but it's impossible because as I said in the beginnig I cant find this component.

of course in the components panel ther is nothing like scrollbar, there's only scrollpane

thanks
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Hi Sqnik :D

The tutorial you refer to was written for MX (before MX2004) :wink:

From what I understand textFields automatically attach scrollbars in MX2004.
Take a look at this, http://www.kirupa.com/developer/mx2004/ ... ollbar.htm
& this, http://www.actionscript.org/forums/arch ... 44325.html
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Hi,

thanks a lot joebert!

but another problem occured. I was trying to do alpha tweening tutorial (text) and it doesn't work. firstly I thought that maybe something is wrong with tutorial but I have found another one and it's still not working. I did tweenig using tint option not alpha and it worked.
Do you know what maybe wrong?


and another question: is it possible to open .swf file to edit something??
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Getting a little off topic here :wink:
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As for editing an SWF, Unless you have the FLA than your only chance is a decompiler, decompilers are a rather touchy subject & somthing I don't get into. Using Ozzu's search for decompiler & limiting the results to come only from Flash & Actionscript will bring up a few topics with good & bad about them.

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